|Sharon Gross (#47867899)|
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|Nathan Haines||Anne L Londeree|
I got pics for Annie's grave site per your request. Notice it says Annie on her gravestone.
This area was a real mess. It was like a swamp underneath the grass here. It was so muddy they did not mow around her grave and a handful of others by her grave but mowed the rest of the section. It took a lot of cleaning to get her stone as clean as it is in the picture.
Anyway, that is the "rest of the story" as they say. :-] It rains a lot in Oregon in case you did not know? It is kind of a headache sometimes but it sure does keep it beautiful here, scenery wise.
Thanks so much for providing a grave marker photo for Marilyn Solie.
|mousetale||William M. King|
Thanks for taking this picture for me.
|cully52||RE: Lena Carr|
You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by cully52 on Mar 08, 2014 8:13 PM
|Richard Round||Robert Cauble|
Thank you for taking the time to get this picture for us. We appreciate it very much.
Thank you so much Sharon!
Added by Artemis on Feb 15, 2014 5:34 PM
|Carol L Johnson||gertie Brown Smith / Decatur, Al|
Sorry for the delay, having problems with my site and my computer, so borrowing one, There is no marker for this individual. She is buried in Lot 107 of Gardens I area. Should you want or need a copy of the cemetery plot record of the site, I can get that for you. Thank you for your patience
|Dan Lander||RE: Thomas Smith Gravestone Photo|
Thanks for the offer to look up more.
I Hate Web based Email. I just typed a long message to you and lost it all. If you can shoot me an Email at
I can Email you back others with Nashville death records that have information on them.
In general I see the information on the death records but do not see them in "Find A Grave"
|Dan Lander||Thomas Smith Gravestone Photo|
Thank you for the photo of this gravestone.
Thomas is my Wife's great-grandfather. He has been hard to trace. We are finding a lot of the records are in Sumner County. Also several Smiths and Boltons are in the Old Beech Church Cemetery.
At sometime in the next year we will plan to come to Tennessee and visit the cemetery in person.
|Fay C. Leonard||Mundy's|
I can't thank you enough for the 2 photos! And thanks for your quick response. Keep up the good work!
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